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1. BASF And Poietis Sign A Research And Development Agreement On 3D Bioprinting Technology For Advanced Skin Care Applications

BASF And Poietis Sign A Research And Development  Agreement On 3D Bioprinting Technology For Advanced Skin Care  Applications Date: 20/07/2015Combined expertise to enhance bioprinted 3D tissue models to support the development and testing of cosmetic bioactives for skin care applicationsLudwigshafen, Germany / Pessac, France – July 10, 2015 – BASF and Poietis, the first company in the world for 3D laser-assisted bioprinting, have signed an agreement on research and dev


2. MHRA confirms safety of Boehringer stroke drug

MHRA confirms safety of Boehringer stroke drug Date: 24/07/2015The MHRA has reconfirmed that the benefits of Boehringer Ingelheim’s controversial stroke drug Actilyse outweigh its risks in a new review.Actilyse (alteplase) is commonly used to break down blood clots in ischaemic stroke patients and reduce the chance of long-term disability. However, it also carries an increased risk of dangerous bleeding in the brain.The drug was originally recommend because the chances of improved rec


3. AstraZeneca sells rare cancer drug to Sanofi for up to $300 million

AstraZeneca sells rare cancer drug to Sanofi for up to $300 million Date: 27/07/2015AstraZeneca (AZN.L), under pressure from falling sales of older drugs, is selling a medicine for a rare type of cancer to Sanofi (SASY.PA) as it continues a drive to raise cash by divesting certain assets.Sanofi's rare diseases division Genzyme will pay AstraZeneca up to $300 million for global rights to Caprelsa, including an upfront payment of $165 million and milestone payments based on the drug's perform


4. Ulster University Secures £500,000 for New Folic Acid and Genetics Res

Ulster University Secures £500,000 for New Folic Acid and Genetics Research Date: 31/07/2015Ulster University has secured almost half a million pounds of research funding to explore the benefits of taking folic acid in later pregnancy.With the benefits of taking folic acid supplements prior to and in early pregnancy already well documented, Ulster University researchers will now examine the potential long-term effect on brain function and psychological development among children whose


5. Building strategic university-industry partnerships: lessons from the

Building strategic university-industry partnerships: lessons from the UK and US Date: 19/08/2015Many large research intensive firms are looking to consolidate the number of universities they work with. Critically, many are identifying a core set of partners with which to form longer term, deeper and more strategic relationships. If successful, these partnerships can unlock significant additional value for both firms and universities. Worryingly, however, for the UK and US, these decisions a



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